fredag den 17. august 2018
Så i går var dagen. Især, fordi det skulle være tørvejr, i modsætning til i dag.
Det startede allerede nede ved Centralstationen med et mindre tivoli.
The entire week, I've been hearing about "Malmöfestivalen" (the Malmö festival), how nice it is, and how I REALLY should pass by one day on my way home from work.
So yesterday was the day. Especially since it wasn't supposed to rain. Today, it should be rain.
The festival started very close to the central station with a small fairground.
Men efter broen? Der var så cirka ingenting. Jeg syntes alligevel det var noget tamt bare at tage hjem uden at købe aftensmad, så jeg besluttede at gå tilbage til Centralstationen for at se noget mere.
I walked up the street, and on the bridge, there was this nice, big sign.
But on the other side of the bridge? There was nothing. I did find it a bit tame to just go home without buying dinner, so I decided to walk back to the central station to see more stuff.
Jeg gik tilbage til madteltene.
It was a beautiful evening with sun and blue sky! Plenty of people were out, and it really WAS very, very nice and cozy!
I walked back to the food tents.
I was really hungry, so when I got the chance, I hurried to buy 2 Mochi ice creams. I'm not quite sure where they come from. I've seen them in the US, and it's ice cream in some kind of rice dough. I just love them, and they were perfect to raise the blood glucose enough to let me decide on the food!
Altså - vi spiser jo stort set aldrig elg i Danmark, og elg i wok? Med tyttebærsovs og rå løg? Totalt eksotisk!
In the middle of the Indian, Arab, Hungarian, Thai, Greek, Nordic and Ethiopian food, I found this tent the most exotic.
Well - we hardly ever eat moose in Denmark, and moose prepared in wok? With lingonberry sauce and raw onions? So exotic!
Næste år skal jeg helt sikkert derind igen. Lidt svensk kultur i fritiden skader vel ikke? (Nå ja. Svensk og svensk. Det er vist ret internationalt.)
It was so good!
Next year, I'll definitely go again. A bit of Swedish culture in my free time won't hurt, right? (Oh well. "Swedish". It was quite international.)